I find pictures I love almost everywhere. When I come into people’s houses, I am not-so-secretly framing their possessions in my mind’s eye, to see if I can transform what I’m looking at into something I consider artful. Many times, I can.
This was one of those times; this highly-textured green jug contained a dried hydrangea. The hues of the original photograph are soft, and Photoshopping the image brought out a graininess and dusty look augmenting the hydrangea’s delicate decay. This image is available for sale at Fine Art America.
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- Helpful Tips for Pruning Your Hydrangeas (gardening.answers.com)
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- Hydrangea…Im in love! (bloomingathart.wordpress.com)